August 6, 2012
| Photo Gallery
The Olympics provide inspiration not only for athletics but also for the nail art that many Olympians have been wearing and many nail techs have been creating for their clients.
July 26, 2012
Jessica Vero, Richmond, BC, Canada
July 18, 2012
Gladys Torres, The Nail Factory, Orange, Mass.
Anna Karpova, Las Vegas
May 16, 2012
Christina Culver, Beauty Mark, Vancoucer, BC, Canada
April 18, 2012
Karen Smith, Bodywyze
Beth Ericksen, Ladies Room, Hanford, CA
February 1, 2012
Lacy Hood, Salon En Wrapture, Post Falls, ID
January 24, 2012
Marlene Pryor, Mars…The Nail Studio, Buffalo, NY
January 11, 2012
Sara Hanley, Grande F-Nail-E, Billings, MT
Anna Stevens, nailmeweekly.blogspot.com, Detroit, MI
December 6, 2011
Andrea Boyko (Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada)
September 27, 2011
Kari Haire, The Kru (Lancaster, CA)
September 10, 2011
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